Seven Golden Rules
Good behaviour and discipline are key foundations for good education. Without an orderly atmosphere, effective teaching and learning cannot take place. We expect and insist on the highest standards of behaviour throughout our school.
Courtesy, good manners and consideration for others, together with self discipline and a proper respect for authority, are encouraged at all times and are important if we are to make our school a true, caring community. We place great emphasis on praising children for politeness and kindness to others and expect all children to follow and work within our five school values of respect, friendship, trust, determination and positivity. Headteacher Awards are given for outstanding work or actions.
The Headteacher will bring any serious breach of discipline, or any disruptive behaviour, to the attention of the parents/ carers concerned and an appropriate course of action will be decided upon. A copy of the school behaviour policy can be found here.
Here are our Seven Golden Rules:
I am proud of my learning, my appearance and my behaviour.
I will respect all adults, children and school equipment.
I will take responsibility for my own learning, behaviour and belongings.
I am always honest.
I am tolerant of other people and celebrate differences and beliefs.
I am committed to do my best in everything I do.
I always aim high to beat my personal best every day – ‘We Can Do It!’
We are so Proud of our children!
Here are some of our children who have been doing a range of events to raise money for charity outside of school.
One of our children has raised money while doing a 5K race for Claire House competing in the Splash Dash. Another child has raised £300 for Macmillan Cancer Support by having a cake sale with games and other acticities. And one child cut her hair and sent it to Little Princesses' Trust raising £215 for charity!